Website Resources For Clients
Please note Kempsey Respite Service has no control on these external sites. Parents and carers are advised to use discretion when visiting any website listed below and supervise young children using the internet at all times.
ADHC www.adhc.nsw.gov.au NSW Family & Community Services - Ageing, Disability & Home Care. Services for older people, people with a disability and their carers.
Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre www9.health.gov.au/ccsd
Kempsey Shire Council www.kempsey.nsw.gov.au
Booroongen Djuugun Aboriginal Corporation www.booroongendjugun.com.au
Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations – www.deewr.gov.au – DEEWR administers Child Care Benefit and Family Tax Benefit payments.
Early Childhood Intervention Australia (NSW) – www.ecia-nsw.org.au – ECIA is an organisation of professionals and parents involved in promoting the interests of young children with developmental delays and disabilities and their families.
Families NSW – www.families.nsw.gov.au – Provides parents and carers with information on a wide variety of services for families in NSW, and how families can access them.
Immunise Australia Program – www.immunise.health.gov.au – Information about immunisation and Australian immunisation standards, including translations of some materials
Indigenous Australia – www.dreamtime.net.au – This site explores Indigenous Australia through storytelling, cultures and histories
My Child – www.mychild.gov.au – Provides information to families and services about the Australian Government early learning and care initiatives and other issues that affect children
Early Words – www.earlywords.info/materials.html – Early Words resources are designed to give parents understanding and practical advice to help their children on the road to literacy. Check out the link to the Western Sydney
Aboriginal Early Literacy Project for Families.
Nutrition Australia – www.nutritionaustralia.org – Community-based organisation that aims to provide scientifically based nutrition information